Exiting Old Trafford for a £100m move to Real Madrid would be a significant blow to United’s hopes of challenging Manchester City in the Champions League, but the former Real Madrid player is not the only one who would take the opportunity to prove his doubters wrong.
David de Menezes has said his goals have become “so much lower” since joining United in a £30m deal, with the 28-year-old’s goal tally dropping to just seven in the last 12 league games.
The Spaniard, who signed a three-year contract at Old Trafford in June, has scored just once in six league matches for United this season.
“I feel very sad because I’ve worked hard to try and improve,” de Menges told reporters.
“I don’t know how much I’ve contributed, but I’ve always tried my best.
I know it’s not my fault.
I didn’t really train for this season because of a knee injury.”
David de Geas says he is ‘very sad’ to leave Manchester United, but not sad about it David de Liges is a man of few words, and he has been very frank in admitting his lack of success at Old Old Trafford.
He said: “I’m very sad to leave.
“In the last month or two, the goals have been so much down.” “
Exiting Manchester United would not be the end of David deMenezes’ United career, as he could be linked with a move to Barcelona. “
In the last month or two, the goals have been so much down.”
Exiting Manchester United would not be the end of David deMenezes’ United career, as he could be linked with a move to Barcelona.
The former Real player is expected to be part of a squad to face Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena on Saturday (NZT), with the 27-yearold currently on international duty with Argentina.